Eurasian Business Review

(The median citation count of Eurasian Business Review is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
The impact of artificial intelligence on labor productivity64
Business environment reforms, innovation and firm productivity in transition economies42
Opening the box of subsidies: which is more effective for innovation?29
Back to the past: the historical roots of labor-saving automation24
Impacts of terrorism, governance structure, military expenditures and infrastructures upon tourism: empirical evidence from an emerging economy22
Cognitive social capital and absorptive capacity as antecedents of entrepreneurial orientation: a configurational approach20
Hofstede’s cultural dimensions and R&D intensity as an innovation strategy: a view from different institutional contexts18
High and sustainable growth: persistence, volatility, and survival of high growth firms17
Board diversity, financial flexibility and corporate innovation: evidence from China16
Network capability and strategic performance in SMEs: the role of strategic flexibility and organizational ambidexterity15
Innovation and firm growth: Turkish manufacturing and services SMEs14
Multilevel analysis of knowledge sources for product innovation in Russian SMEs14
Corruption and firm innovation: a grease or sand in the wheels of commerce? Evidence from lower-middle and upper-middle income economies14
Does privatization matter for corporate social responsibility? Evidence from China14
Does financialization of non-financial corporations promote the persistence of innovation: evidence from A-share listed manufacturing corporations in China13
Leader–member exchange quality and employees job outcomes: a parallel mediation model13
Macro uncertainty, analyst performance, and managerial ability13
Entrepreneurial intention among high-school students: the importance of parents, peers and neighbors12
Uncertainty and leverage nexus: does trade credit matter?12
Translating technological innovation into efficiency: the case of US public P&C insurance companies11
R&D, innovation and firm survival in Chinese manufacturing, 2000–200611
Employment effects of R&D and process innovation: evidence from small and medium-sized firms in emerging markets11
Carbon disclosure and firm risk: evidence from the UK corporate responses to climate change10
Religion and corporate tax compliance: evidence from Chinese Taoism and Buddhism10
Entrepreneurial intention-action gap in family firms: bifurcation bias and the board of directors as an economizing mechanism9
Is COVID-19 anticipating the future? Evidence from investors’ sustainable orientation9
Regulatory oversight and managerial ability9
Innovation intensity and skills in firms across five European countries9
Digitalization trends and organizational structure: bureaucracy, ambidexterity or post-bureaucracy?8
Board independence and Chinese banking efficiency: a moderating role of ownership restructuring8
The US–Ireland–India in the catch-up cycles in IT services: MNCs, indigenous capabilities and the roles of macroeconomic variables7
Measuring the efficiency of an entrepreneurial ecosystem at municipality level: does institutional transparency play a moderating role?7
The role of gender and succession on the debt adjustments of family firm capital structure7
Do environmental and emission disclosure affect firms’ performance?7
How executive turnover influences the quality of corporate social responsibility disclosure? Moderating role of political embeddedness: evidence from China7
Routine-biased technological change and wage inequality: do workers’ perceptions matter?6
Are blockchain-based digital transformation and ecosystem-based business models mutually reinforcing? The principal-agent conflict perspective6
Investment expectations by vulnerable European firms in times of COVID6
Firm size and the interlinkages between sales volatility, exports, and financial stability of Pakistani manufacturing firms6
Does foreign institutional ownership mediate the nexus between board diversity and the risk of financial distress? A case of an emerging economy of China6
The link between exchange rate volatility and capital structure under financial liberalization: evidence from the Turkish manufacturing sector6
Institutional quality, conforming and evasive entrepreneurship6
Top R&D investors, structural change and the R&D growth performance of young and old firms6
Women on board and auditors’ assessment of the risk of material misstatement5
Loan-loss provisions, earnings management, and capital management by Russian banks: the impact of changes in banking regulation and oversight5
Quality of pro-market national institutions and firms’ decision to invest in R&D: evidence from developing and transition economies5
The spirit is willing, but the institutions are weak: disclosure of corporate social responsibility and the financial sector in transition5
University spillovers, absorptive capacities, and firm performance5
Risk contagion of bank-firm loan network: evidence from China5
Personality and positionality-evidence from survey experiments with alternative goods4
Enlightening the influence of family TMT involvement on firm growth and degrowth rates4
Firms’ distance to the European productivity frontier4
Who suffers and how much from corruption? Evidence from firm-level data4
The knowledge-intensive direction of technological change4
Innovation and economic crisis in transition economies4
Formal institutions, ICSID arbitration and firm performance: evidence from Latin America4
Board diversity and financial statement comparability: evidence from China4
Is paying bribes worthwhile? Corruption and innovation in middle-income countries4
Sticky cost behavior: evidence from small and medium sized enterprises in Turkey4